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I've been a member of DU for over 14 years, but now it is time for me to check out. The glee people on this site took over bashing Gov Northam is too much. EW Jackson, VA's version of a RW troll is being respected and his options considered while the Gov who expanded medicare to 800,000 citizens of my state (including an adult son) is bashed over a 35-year old indiscretion. I see DU as being infected by RW trolls and ratfuckers while the admins are largely absent. See 2016 if you don't believe me. While Northam was being bashed, threads appeared bashing Harris (she took a hard stance against Franken) and Booker (he's corporate) and promoted people who will never be elected in America such as Gabbard and Sanders. Their indiscretions are ignored. For what reason? Their unelectability? The members here that aren't RW trolls or ratfuckers are attempting to achieve some type of purity that will never happen due to mankind's flawed nature. People ar human and prone to mistakes. The rhetorical tools that attack people such as HRC, Franken and Northam will be turned on people like Kamala Harris and Justin Fairfax. It is only a matter of time. I refuse to help the RW and the PURE destroy people and our party. DU was a noble idea, but is a tool on the internet being used to ruin the Democratic Party, suppress the vote, and destroy decent candidates. I won't take part in this crap any longer. To my couple of friends here, so long, it was nice chatting with you. You know how to reach me if you want.

Journal Archives

"Now that the Pope is gone, the world seems just the tiniest bit less molesty"

From Frank Conniff

CNN: Vatican Told Pope He Couldn't Work From Home

From Don Asmussen's "Bad Reporter"

Non-invisible bank robber caught

"Never rob a bank thinking that you’re invisible when you’re not actually invisible.

Sadly for one man in Iran, he made just that mistake – and as a result, police in Tehran are hunting a fake sorcerer who convinced the man he was invisible and so could rob banks safely.

The man’s ill-fated heist attempt started to go wrong shortly after he entered the bank, as he started snatching money from the hands of customers. For some reason, rather than being terrified of the mysterious invisible poltergeist stealing their cash, the customers quickly overpowered the hapless thief.

‘I made a mistake. I understand now what a big trick was played on me,’ the man told the court, state-run newspaper Jam-e Jam reports. He explained that he had paid 5 million rials (just under £290) to a wizard imposter, who in return gave hims spells to tie to his arm. The sorcerer told him that they would make him invisible, and that he could then rob banks to his heart’s content."

Whole story at http://metro.co.uk/2006/11/06/non-invisible-bank-robber-caught-348252/

Tomorrow's Technology News Today

From Brian McFadden's "Big Fat Whale"

Love the McCain translator.

If you had Britain’s most senior Roman Catholic cleric, Cardinal Keith O’Brien in the Pope Pool

You have already lost:

"O’Brien, has been accused of committing “inappropriate acts” in his relations with three priests and one former priest, the newspaper The Observer reported Sunday. The accusations, which date back to the 1980s, have been forwarded to the Vatican."

Whole article at:

"This Michelle Obama remote is the flame that will light a hundred outraged Fox News segments."

from Frank Conniff

Bumper sticker seen today: "Is it true or did you hear it on Fox News?"

On a brand new pickup truck with a USMC sticker.

Apple Tattooing

" Ediblegeography.com delves into the history of apple tattooing. The concept is simple. You place a stencil on the fruit so that part of the skin isn't exposed to the sun, leaving a permanent image when the stencil is removed. However, getting it right is time consuming, so it's not a practice commercial farmers are likely to adopt. Pity, since I'd much prefer an apple tattoo over those obnoxious stickers that all the supermarket apples have on them. See more images of tattooed apples at the Société Régionale d’Horticulture de Montreuil"

- from Chuck Shepard at http://www.weirduniverse.net/blog/comments/tattooed_apples/


Let me at them!

GOP Claims Rubio Was Avoiding Asteroid DA14

From Don Asmussen's "Bad Reporter"
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